Worcester telegram & gazette - 16 obituaries  (altri  dati alla pagina)
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 Paul Davini Jr., 72    
 Date: 06/16/03                                                                       
 Paul "Jack" Davini Jr., 72, of 15 Haskins St., died Saturday, June 14, at home.             
 John W. Hassett Sr., 72                                                                      
  Date: 04/08/03
John W. Hassett Sr., 72, of 8 Clarissa St., a Marine Corps veteran, died Sunday, April 6, in  UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus after a short illness.                    
 Jaston Mass     
 Date: 02/26/03                                                                             
 The funeral for Frank J. Jaston, 46, of 128 Water St., formerly of 17 Marlboro St. in Worcester, who died Sunday, Feb. 23, will be held Wednesday, Feb. 26, from Mercadante   Funeral Home & Chapel, 370 Plantation St., Worcester, with Mass at 9:30 a.m.                
 Frank J. Jaston, 46      
 Date: 02/25/03                                                                   
 Frank J. Jaston, 46, of 128 Water St., formerly of 17 Marlboro St., Worcester, died Sunday, 
 Feb. 23, in St. Vincent Hospital at Worcester Medical Center.                               

 Published on 8 dec 2000
WORCESTER -- Dennis A. Davini Sr., 51, of 14 Joseph St., a heavy equipment  operator, died Tuesday, Dec. 6, in UMass Memorial Medical Center -- Memorial Campus after an illness. He leaves his wife, Joy F. (Jaston) Davini ; a son, Dennis A.Davini Jr. of Worcester; a daughter, Jody L. Davini of Worcester; two brothers, Jack Davini of Worcester and Bruce E. Davini of Millbury; five sisters, Dolores M.  Trafecante, Cynthia M. Hassett and Paula C. Lombardi, all of Worcester, Gail P.Pedone of Shrewsbury and Sandra M. O'Connor of Brewster; a granddaughter; nieces and nephews. A brother, Douglas Davini, and a sister, Barbara A. McKeown,  predeceased him. He was born in Worcester, son of Paul J. Sr. and Claire B. (Smith) Davini , and graduated from Commerce High School.
 Published on July 16, 2000, Article 11 of 74              found.
 WORCESTER -- Judith (Jaston) Ross, 45, of 90  Dana Ave., a retired supervisor, died Friday, July 14,  in MetroWest Medical Center, Framingham, after a  two-year battle with cancer. Her husband of 22 years, James O. Ross, died in 1995. She leaves her parents, Robert F. Sr. and  Mary A. (Migliozzi) Jaston of Worcester; a brother,  Frank J. Jaston of Leominster; two sisters, Joy  Davini and Barbara J. Johnson, both of Worcester;  nieces and nephews. A brother, Robert F. Jaston   Jr., died in 1990. Shewas born in Worcester and graduated from North High School in 1973. (Worcester Telegram &  Gazette (MA), 254 words.)
 Published on March 15, 1999, Article 18 of 74    found.
WORCESTER - Mary A. (Davini) Allard, 89, of   Beaumont of Westboro, formerly of 109 Coburn  Ave., a longtime college volunteer, died yesterday at  home after an illness.   Her husband, Wyman R. Allard, died in 1981. She  leaves a son, W. Richard Allard Jr. of Natick; a  daughter, Rosemary Brown of Worcester; two  grandchildren; nephews and nieces. She was born  in Manchester, N.H., daughter of Attilio and Rosa  (Lucchese) Davini, and lived here most of her life    before moving to Westboro in 1989. She graduated from Commerce High School and Becker  Business College, now Becker College. She attended Worcester State College for two years when she was 75, and attended classes at the Worcester Art Museum at  age 70.    (Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA), 279 words).
 Published on June 7, 1996, Article 29 of 74     found.
  Obituary: WINCHENDON- Joseph K. "Jody" Davini, 35, of 4974 Millwood Road, San Diego,formerly of Winchendon, died Sunday in Sharp Hospital, San Diego, from injuries received in an automobile accident. He leaves his wife, Lori A. (Martin) Davini; his mother, Elizabeth E. (James) Davini Antonellis,and stepfather,Paul J. Antonellis, of Yarmouth; two brothers, Michael J. Davini of Clinton and Paul J. Antonellis Jr. of South Yarmouth;a sister, KatherineE. Belko of Encinitas, Calif.; his grandparents, Reginald S. James and M.Rita Antonellis, both of Winchendon; two nephews; a niece;aunts, uncles  and cousins. He was born in Winchendon, and lived heremost of his life, moving to San Diego six years ago. His father, Kent Davini, died in 1964.Mr. Davini graduated from Murdock High School in 1979, from Mount WachusettCommunity College, Gardner, in 1982, andfrom Keene (N.H.) State College in1986. Mr. and Mrs. Davini were married May 14, 1994. Mr. Davini worked atHargis & Associates in La Jolla,Calif. He previously worked for Woodward-Clydeand Jaykim, both in SanDiego, and Fay, Spofford & Thorndike in Lexington.He was a memberof the Car Club Council of San Diego and the Wrench MastersClub in SanDiego.  Mr. Davini was an organ donor and as a result,some 20 people may receive vital organ transplants.  Funeral serviceswill be held tomorrow in Good Samaritan Church in San Diego. Burial will bein  Eternal Hills Memorial Park in Oceanside, Calif. A memorial servicewill be held at 11 a.m. Saturday,   June 15, in Fletcher FuneralHome, 70 Pleasant St., Winchendon, with a calling hour held from 10  to 11 a.m. that day at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be madeto the Joseph Davini Memorial Technical Fund,c/o AtholSavings Bank, 112 Central St., Winchendon 01475.
 Published on July 21, 1995, Article 33 of 74   found.
  Obituary: BROCKTON- Rosemarie (Amato) Fulginiti, 58, of Brockton died Wednesday night at  home after an illness.  She leaves her husband,Joseph Fulginiti; a son, Joseph Fulginiti of Dallas; two daughters,Regina Di Lorenzo of Easton and Susan Fulginiti of Brockton; her mother,Marie (Manguilli)Amato; two  brothers, Anthony J. and David M. Amato,all of Worcester;a sister, Linda Davini of Shrewsbury;  nephewsand nieces. Shewas born in Worcester, daughter of Michael Amato, and lived here 33  years. She graduated from Sacred Heart Academy in Worcester and Worcester State College.
Mrs. Fulginiti and her husband owned and operated Fulginiti Furs Co.for 33 years. She was previously a teacher at St. Anne's Orphanage in Worcester. She was active for many years in community-service groups. The funeralwill be held tomorrow from Joseph J. Pica & Son Funeral Home, 419 MainSt., with a Mass at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Belmont andTorrey streets. Burial will be in  Melrose Cemetery. Calling hoursare 5 to 8 tonight at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributionsmay be made to the American Heart Association, 20 Speen St., Framingham,01701; or Hospice of Central Massachusetts, 120 Thomas St., Worcester,01608.
Published on July 21, 1994, Article 39 of 74   found.
    Obituary: TEMPLETON- Auria M. (Richard) LeBlanc Hebert, 82, of 99 Bridge St., Baldwinville,  formerly of Gardner, died yesterday in Heywood Hospital, Gardner, afteranillness.  Her first husband, Herve J. LeBlanc, died in 1979. Sheleavesher husband, Edgar J. Hebert; three daughters, Frances N. Davini of Templeton, C. Elaine Dill of Springfield, and Janet Korhonen of Gardner;a sister, M. Louise Messier of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two stepsons,DonaldD. Hebert of Gardner, and Raymond E. Hebert of Shirley; 11 grandchildren,five great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was borninRumford, Maine, daughter of Joseph and Natalie Richard. Mrs. Heberthad beenan attendant at Walter E. Fernald School in Templeton before retiringin 1974.She was a communicant of St. Martin's Church, Otter River. Thefuneral willbe held Saturday from Lamoureux Funeral Home, 142 NicholsSt., Gardner, witha Mass at noon in St. Martin's Church, State Road, OtterRiver. Burial willbe in Notre Dame Cemetery, Gardner. Calling hours atthe funeral home are2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. Memorial contributionsmay be made to TempletonRescue Squad, P.O. Box 4, Baldwinville 01436,or St. Martin's Church RenovationFund, care of St. Martin's Rectory, 248State Road, Otter River, 01436.
 Published on November 1, 1993, Article 44 of 74 found.
 Obituary: WORCESTER - Claire B. (Smith) Davini, 80, of 15 Haskins St. died yesterday,her  birthday, in her home after a long illness.  Her husband, PaulJ. Davini Sr., died in 1963. She leaves three sons, Paul J. "Jackie"Davini Jr. and
Dennis A. Davini, both of Worcester, and Bruce E. Davini of  Millbury; five daughters, Dolores M. Trafecante, Cynthia M. Hassett and Paula C. Lombardi, all of Worcester, Gail P. Pedoneof  Shrewsbury,and Sandra M. O'Connor of Brewster; 22 grandchildren,27 great-grandchildrenand  nephews and nieces. A son, Douglas Davini of Worcester,died many years ago. A daughter, Barbara  A. McKeown of Worcester,died in 1990. Mrs. Davini was born in Boston, daughter of Frank E. and Mary (Mulvey) Smith, and lived here most of her life. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church and Filene's Golden Age Club.  The funeral will be held tomorrow from Mercadante Funeral Home, 370 Plantation St.,with a Mass at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 1290 Grafton St.Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery.Calling hours at the funeral homeare 8 to 9:30a.m. tomorrow.
Published on May 31, 1990, Article 64 of 74 found.
 Robert F. Jaston Jr., 29, of 17 Marlboro St. died  yesterday in The Medical Center of Central  Massachusetts - Memorial, after an illness.  He leaves his parents, retired Worcester Patrolman Robert F. Jaston Sr. and Mary  A.(Migliozzi) Jaston of Worcester; a brother,  Frank J. Jaston of Leominster; three sisters, Joy  F. Davini of Worcester, Barbara J. Johnston of       Worcester, and Judy A. Ross of Framingham;  and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He was born in Worcester.
 Mr. Jaston was ..... (Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA), 288 words.)
Published on March 24, 1990, Article 65    of 74 found.
Raymond B. Heath, 93, of Christchurch,  Barbados, formerly of Worcester, died March 5  in Christchurch.  His wife, Grace (Comstock) Heath, died in 1951.  He leaves a son, Charles W. Heath of  Christchurch, Barbados, with whom he lived; a
daughter, Thurston Davini of Madison, Wis.;  eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.  He was born in Mystic, Conn., son of Charles R.  and Emmeline (Fish) Heath, and lived many   years in Worcester before moving to Barbados  in 1966.  Mr. Heath earned a  ......... (Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA), ..)
 Published on September 15, 1989, Article 72 of 74 found.
 Madeline R. (Davini) Galgani, 87, of Park Hill   Manor Nursing Home, 1 Gorham St., formerly of   80 Corrine St., died yesterday in City Hospital.   Her husband, Ivo Galgani, died in 1971.  She leaves a son, Harold Galgani of   Sacramento, Calif.; two daughters, Dorothy M. Bird of King of Prussia, Pa., and Bette Ann Knox   of Worcester; a sister, Mary A. Allard of  Worcester; and six grandchildren.  She was born in Marseilles, France, daughter of   Attilio and Rosa (Luchesse) Davini, and came to  the .......... (Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA), 213    words.)
 Published on August 30, 1989, Article 73  of 74 found.
Edna R. (Sbrogna) Davini, 57, of 15 Haskins St. died Monday in her home after an illness. She leaves her husband, Jack Davini Jr. ; three  sons, Douglas P. and Craig S. Davini of  Worcester and Dr. Mark A. Davini of  Shrewsbury; a daughter, Jan C. Lavery of Worcester; a brother, Paul Sbrogna of Rindge,   N.H.; two grandchildren, and several nieces and  nephews. A son, Paul J. Davini III, died in 1964.  Mr. and Mrs. Davini celebrated their 38th   wedding anniversary last November. Born in ..... (Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA), 276 words.)
Published on February 27, 1989, Article 74 of 74 found.
Barbara A. (Davini) McKeown, 56, of 763 Grafton St., formerly of Framingham, died  Saturday night in her home after an illness. She leaves a son, Brian P. McKeown of Saugus; a daughter, Robin A. Brady of West Brookfield; her mother, Claire B. (Smith) Davini of Oxford;  three brothers, Paul J. Davini Jr. and Dennis A.  Davini, both of Worcester, and Bruce E. Davini of Millbury; five sisters, Dolores M. Trafecante,  Cynthia M. Hassett and Paula C. Lombardi, all of   Worcester, Gail P. Pedone of ...... (Worcester    Telegram & Gazette (MA), 278 words.)

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